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Mentoring Training for 19 Healthcare Professionals

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Mentoring Training for 19 Healthcare Professionals

Mentoring to develop professional skills

The mentoring training program for 19 healthcare professionals, which took place from January 15 to 27, culminated in a certificate ceremony held at the Sheikh Khalifa Diagnostic Center conference room at Seychelles Hospital.

Led by Chief Nursing Officer Dr. Gylian Mein, the program aims to support newly qualified nurses entering the healthcare sector and address the challenges they may encounter.

Dr. Mein highlighted the program’s goals, which include bridging gaps, improving clinical skills, and fostering professional development among participants. The training acknowledges common barriers such as lack of confidence and limited clinical experience, seeking to equip experienced nurses with the necessary skills to become effective mentors for newly graduated nurses.

Senior Hospital Care Nurse Elsia Sinon commended the program’s participants for their successful completion, emphasizing the Ministry of Health’s proactive approach in promoting professional growth and development through such initiatives. Mentoring relationships, whether formal or informal, offer significant opportunities for professional growth by challenging both mentees and mentors to think differently and identify areas for improvement.

The importance of mentoring in nursing cannot be overstated, as it provides a supportive environment for new nurses to navigate the complexities of the clinical environment while fostering a culture of continuous learning and improvement within the healthcare sector.

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